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Abdullah Ali, the supervisor of the Al Ain First Football Team, extended his sincerest congratulations and compliments to His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and President of Al Ain Club, on the occasion of winning the ADNOC Pro League and PLC Pro Cup titles this season.

He also congratulated His Highness Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Vice President of the Executive Council of Abu Dhabi, First Vice President of the Club, First Vice President of the Honorary Council, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Al Ain Sports and Cultural Club, founder of the Club’s strategy of excellence, superiority and success on the occasion of snatching the two titles this season. He commented that this could not be achieved without God’s blessings and then the care, support, and highly appreciated the attention of His Highness in the affairs of the Al Ain Club.

Abdullah Ali considered that Al Ain’s winning of the ADNOC Pro League and PLC Pro Cup titles was a fair and logical coronation of the efforts of the Board of Directors of Al Ain Football Club Company, chaired by Dr. Matar Al Darmaki, his brothers Deputy and members of the Board of Directors.

He pointed out that they were committed to proceeding and realizing all pre-set objectives following a clear vision and successful strategic plans.

He added: “The absolute commitment of the players, the coaching teams, and everyone who belongs to the Al Ain Club to the strategic plan that defined the tasks of everyone to serve the great project. It is the project established on the principle of continuing to overcome the challenges in line with the vision of this lofty sports entity.”

“The Club’s vision aims to consolidate the concept of renewable energy in a team that does not depend on specific names as much as performing well and defending the Club’s crest at home and away events. We worked hard to have an integrated and balanced team with a strong personality, a team capable of conquering circumstances by keeping pace with the signs of development to stay on the coronation podiums.” He said.

He pointed out that everyone in the Club worked from his position and had an influential role, starting with the Pro Committee members, passing through the Analysis and Statistics Office, the staff, and everyone connected with Al Ain Club.

The Al Ain Team Supervisor congratulated the Ainawi Nation on the Club’s two accomplishments and added the 37th title in the history of “Boss” to the cabinet of cups.

He put an accent on the critical role that the loyal fans have played in winning the two titles and being crowned with glory throughout the Club’s history.

In response to a question on the team’s method of playing their remaining matches after winning the league title yesterday evening, he said: “Absolutely, the team will work to go on per its strategy in dealing with all matches. All the squad players desire to accomplish their mission as planned and will continue fighting until the end of this season.”

Regarding the surgery that the first team player, Mohammed Abbas, will undergo, he said: “It was decided that the young player and good man, Mohammed Abbas, will undergo surgery in the cruciate ligament in London. Then, he will kick off the rehabilitation program in the UK. He is scheduled to leave in the coming days to London, and we wish him a successful surgery and speedy recovery.”

As for the team’s preparation program for matchweek 24 against Al Nasr, he said: “As I mentioned earlier, the champion team must maintain its strong personality, and everyone understands the importance of continuing to provide decent performance on the pitch. We have to complete what we have started until the end of the season.”

Abdullah Ali signed off by indicating that the head coach granted the players a 24-hour break, and tomorrow they will resume their training sessions in preparation for the team’s upcoming match against Al Nasr.”